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TI1K DAILY CAIliO lU'M.KTIN: SIWDAY MOKNTXO, MAY 2(i, ISTS
r H. SMITH, JK., M. D.
yo, -i TIM in EES I'll UTRKKT, ( All!'), MX,
W. DINNING, M. I).
Office uml Ki-sidt-rv-e :
HI-FI' K-N. W. mr. SWIli w-itr Ohio t.rwc.
HKMI'KNCK-Ci.rmr Wnltm! kiiiI Ninth streets.
H. K. W. WHITLOCK,
( irrn s -No. I" Commeivhil Avenue, between
Klu'lilli uml Ninth Hrwts.
j Jit. W. C. ,TOC ELYN,
ITIi K Elt'litU Street, near Comnn rcliil Avemio.
O P. W HKELIIit.
A 1 1 o n icy -a t I .a v.
OI-'KI' K-'M" l.ewe, )wt. Kmirtii mnl Sixth H'
J INKGAR A LANSDEN,
A U o racy s-at -1 .a .
l)- ll K-No. l'.:lt iillimenllll Awhile.
( "We are iiiitlun leil to iiinminm- II. C. I.tiK
I.I N n i laiiiiiil-iti- tnr Mii-riif l AVvilidiT nullity.
s'lji-i'l lil 11:1' i!ee:!nll nlt:n' nni!e ;i! tile .'let iimi
ill Nii'.i lllliet Hell.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Moi'iiin? I;iily In Southern Illinois.
itKKM U, I'AI'KKOF THE 1'ITY AND COlN'TY.
ll'ililcn. of Unity precinct, went homo
Tin' order of the Mystir Krcw has
I ecu iiiroriioratoil.
Tlie condition ot'Miss Edwards wits un
t li.inyi'il at lust accounts.
Ruin anil nitiil ami gloomy weather
hail their owir way yesterday afternoon.
lhywiKxl, tlic ener;etic llnrse Shoe
Mills in in, was in tlie city yesterday ami
Work -is 'nuresii)'; on the fill on
Eighth street, hetween Washington avenue
and (V.liir street.
Ioolly, tlie colored man who wasstah
t'l'ii liy Iris brother, Krhhiy niirht, is ri'jMirt
'I out of ilahier.
Mr. Win. M. Itrown, tlie "ciitlcinan
who preMiles over the ilestinies ot' Anna.
w i in the city yesterday.
-Mis. E. II. Oswiild, formerly of Cairo,
i low iif Kansas City, is in town visiting her
lipitli'T. Mr. John Hohinson.
In connection with tin; inornint: scrvic-
at tie' M. E. Church to-day, the rc-mliir
inarterly lovc-feast will lie lu-ld.
-U'-injr instituted thereto ly others, we
tsk. in ill liiiinMencss of spirit, What lias
liiri'inr nfoiir Diainiitio as(K'iation .'
- Tii'' Cinia murder case still continues
?u occupy t.'ie .-irtcntinn of the Circuit court.
It i tlmiiylit that Monday will h'nMi it.
-A u'irl in tin- lower part of the city tit
'c iii!i'd suicide Friday nijjlit. Iy the use of
morphine. She took too much, ami was
- K-County Commissioner Sanders, of
Ch ar Creek, was in the oi; yesterday, lie
six. s tie: crops will not he as ood this year
.-is tin were litt year,
M s. John R. rhillisaml daughter. Miss
-J ' Si-i I'iiillis, who left this city for n visit
to iVii i. ls in I'iltslnirjr, arrived safely at
lln-ir i! stinittion Thursday.
- In consefpleiice of the alisem e of the
lti'v. Mr. Dillon Lee there will he no servi
ces at t ie Church of the Itedeeiner to-day.
.S-.;i;d iv school at !l:.'IO a. in.
- Mr. and Mrs. Phil. It, Saup arc to he
.iiiiiti'Mulatoil upon another appendix
if tl- pars to he-a nirl of standard
.vi'iyht aii3 dimensions ami approved lum;
l',"'-l next, the exercises at tin
hiyh s, h'.l wiil ) of the most intcrostini:
'hi: i r-icjnlinos. declarations, music.
i-HuS: i.iduatin exercises and presontii
Mi. Dillon-f.ee has jfonc to Chicmro
Hid fiom there will to Spnitleld to at-ti-iid
lie D'uKesan convention to meet
there Ii"'t Tuesday. Till! lay deleiiates will
'Allow him Monday.
- A i, iiarter of n million in one year is u
'104 .ho-.iiiir for 11 tlry-iMns and variety
si .i" hi Ciiiio. It shows wliat enterprise,
int'-llini'iitly directed, can do. The hoiesc
docs not spare printer's ink.
--Tlnupp says the mosiuitncs are ntl
nienrih :il theCache river hridifc, amldrcml
fully a uiDyini,'. Cairo has not sulli-ml
ininili tliis ninsiin from the attacks of the
little :iiiiiiL! and hitini; pests.
Th" ( olorel m hmils have heen doiltst
oihkI wiitk during the term now closini;.
Mr. ('Inn, princiial, returns 1o his home nt
Ohei lin, Ohio, and will carry with him tin
Dost Wies of his colored friends, and the
rospei I of whites and hlacks alike.
tf'iie (fntduittinx exercises of tint U'ikIi
.SeJunil will take idace Friday of this week,
nt o'ci'M'k p. m., in the lliedt S IuhiI room.
The cliiss is composed of the followinu:
' Mi-wc-s KHie Clow, Etta McEwen. Corn
SUKtt'Mi. Muio Lollin, Mollie Ciivander
and Kitty Alvord.
The Cairo Ilox and liasket Coinpuny,
now so skillfully miiniiued hy ( apt. T. F
Field, the Superintendent, yi'sterduy ns eiv-
en twenty-two cur lornl of niplar him ks
S fiuitdMix matoriiil, over tlie Chicnto. S1,
Lonb aud New Oilenns nilpmd. They
were gathered near Arlinjit n. Kentucky,
and were brought up in clmru'u of D.
Examinations in the puhlic schools
Itnvu heen proiiressinif Iurin; the past
week. They will he continued this week,
ind the schools closed on Friday next for
the summer vacation. Our schools have
been conducted iihly, to tlu'gt'iii'rnl satisfac
tion of nil reasonable citizens, and our peo
ple will have reason to congratulate them
selves if, in the future, the hiyli standard of
tlie present can he maintained,
Ghosts are plentiful ns gossamer threads
in Autumn. The latest case is reported in
the upper part of the city. The frame
work, hack and cord of 11 picture fell to
the rluir, leaviiitf the picture, like the cotHn
of Mahomet, suspended hctween earth and
heaven. It occurred, so we are informed,
in the presence of two yoiini,' ladies. Our
informant is not. it is proper to state, given
to telling the truth, as a habit.
Durintr the summer vacation of the
public school. Miss Hnefcre will visit her
parents at liallaston, New York; Miss
Thompson will return to her old home tit
Sycamore in this State: the Misses l'attison
will viit St. J.ouis on their way home to
Fncport; Miss Ettcrwill go home to Spring
field, and the teachers who reside here,
will manage, as the rest of us will, o
swelter in patience through the heated
term. IV if. Alvord and family may seek
comfort nearer the North pole, but they
have not yet determined to do so.
Mr. McC'onnick arrived yesterday from
Carbondide, where, it seems, the citizen is
permitted to violate, the second command
ment at Ills own free will, and in the most
public places. It is therefore not to he
wondered at that the gentleman was almost
paralyzed with amazement when he found
himself in the clutches of the law for in
dulging in what app -arcd to him to be on
ly an innocent recreation. Justice Robin,
son assessed him if and costs, and being
jiii-t at that moment in an impecunious way,
he was consigned to the cooler. See Na
ples ami then die. Come to ('aim and
learn to le good to yourselves.
To the ladies of Cairo, the impressions
of Madame C'lmrlton-Edholni, derived dur
ing the first days of a sojourn among us.
which, we trust, may expand into length
ening years, will lie read with interest, and
the beautiful sentiments, so chastely 11ml
soberly expressed, find an echo wherever
true womanhood is known and honored.
While Cairo is proud to point to the public
spirit, benevolence and intelligence of its
women, the influence of the acquisition to
their ranks of a lady so justly ilitini;uih
ed among the literati of tin; d iv, can not
fail to impress itself with force not only
tiMin the members of her ow n sex, but upon
those of coarser cljiy.
The Johnson County Journal says:
"John Antrim, Jr., of Cairo, is now the
recognized chumpioii roller skater of
Southern Illinois-.'" Ye. Not only of
Southern Illinois, but of the entire State,
and were we otl'ered slight odds we would
venture to include all the States, and throw
in Canada and lireenland for good measure
and to secure a bet. Cairo takes no hack
sent in skating, and even if Mr. Antrim
should forego the honor of contestim; the
international championship, there are a
couple of other yount; gentlemen who, if
not as expert as he in intricate and dirlieult
evolutions upon rollers, are at loat his
etptalsinthe grace and sweetness of their
motions u pun rollers.
The following is u list of letters re
inning uncalled for at tin- post otlice, in the
city of Cairo, on Saturday moniiny, Mav
J., 1h7: Adams, Mary; Anderson, Sarah;
Rreeze, Sarah; Ilarnes, Delia; Rr.rns, Anna:
Horry, Caroline; Ch'mmons, Ella: Carroll,
Mary; I'iKik, Telda; Dickcrsim, A.; Edds.
Uarbara: Edwards, M.; tJunn, Annie: Har
ris, Susie: Herroii, Anna : Johnson. Ella;
Murphy, Jo-do; Morgan, Ada; MciJuire, S.
('.; I'arsolis, Fannie; Rose, F.; Rose, Sallie;
Smith, Uettic; Shepherd, Mrs.; Tillman,
liiddio; Wilkins. Chmi: Wiggins, M. J.;
Wayne, Mrs. Allen; Atcher. John; Ains
worth, Eeroy ; Rartoii, ('. ('.; Itrown. (ieo.;
J.ream, John; Ralconio, John: Uuckley. J.
I).: Burton, M. II.; Cook. A.: Clonen, ,Jas.;
Clark, Tom: Donuis, John: Douglas, Sam;
Evans, J. ('.; Fisher, Win. II.: tiimuns, F.;
Gillhnm. S. II.; Hendricksou. D. v.;
Hood, i;. IV: Hall. It.: Helsrin, Frank:
Harper, Willie; Hamilton. Rufn.; Hithhell,
T. II.; Kerr, J. 15.: Kin. Wintield; I.ycert,
Chas.; Eust, Henry; Milh-r, Al fired ; Merrill.
('.; Martin, (httich; Moons, Hm,; Monta
Kiio, II. S. Minns, II.; Milliken. 4. T.;
McUurvoy, Jas.; Mcirath. M,; Worrell, N.
W.; Marshall, W. N. S.: Mitchell. T. T.;
O'Connor, llios,; I'yborn, S.; KiIIitsoii,
Rich; ReynohU. IS.: Robbins, Rtilie; Sinrfe-
ton, I . ; Smitlv. KiU.ird; Terry, Tip; Wea
ver. Bird; Walter, Jen.; WismIwikI, W. K.;
V(K.d, W. W-; Wanl, Win.; Wyjinnd, Col.
We call tiUctrtfcm to the ptnowd im
provement of the wnilroad stri nuggi-sli-d
ami diagramttwHl y Mr. ChirtlcThrupt,
county stirvcynr, ml jiuIilUluit this umhti
ing on Unit )Mgi'. We believe- h ti k the
only prHctlutiU( ilan tor the Improvement
of that strip that has yet h suggetstcd
In hriefit I fti follows:' Tin- strip &W
foot wide, ruituiug north uml south, with t
grade from the west side of the strip to the
east side, on nil tlie street miming m-ns
it. Mr. Thrtipp proposes to set off II) feet
on the west side as an alley; next to this, ;i"i
foot on which to lay railroad tmcks; mid
the remainder of the strip, 5.1 feet, for 11
street. The streets running across the rail
road strip.amrnevv sloping from the Lcvco to
('oiiitni-rt.ini avenue, he would reduce t
h-vil with Coiunicrcial avenue from that
11 venue to the oust side of the III feet of the
strip on which he proposes 1 place the
railroad tracks, lie would then make a
grade of 1 foot in 20 feet, on the cross
streets, from the cast side of the 3.1 feet of
the strip ubove mentioned, to Ohio Levee.
This plan would enable the railroads to
come in on the grade or even 11 lower grade
than Commercial avenue, ami give a ten-foot
roadway on one side and 11 55-foot street on
the other, necessarily rilled alnive sipo water
only, and of use from Fourteenth street to
Second street, without expensive bridges.
The plan is a good one the only sensible
one we have heard suggested for the im
provement of the strip.
J 1st received.---A lot of choice Wiscon
sin, Northern and Southern Illinois butter,
for Ale at ton cents per pound.
Stkatton & BtltD.
Shaik h iNo w ill discover all things, uml to
discover as w ell as remove impurities of the
blood, the best blood searcher is Dr. Bull's
Dim At her late residence on Fourth
street, between Washington avenue nnd
Walnut, in the fifty-seventh year of her age,
Mrs. Ann Sexton. The funeral will take
place from her resideiice,to-day at 1 :;)0 p. 111.
A special train w ill h ave corner Fourth and
Levee at 2 o'clock. Friends of the family
are ited to attend.
FnisT-ci.Ass day board at the Planters'
Hoiisi $1 per month.
Pahticu.ah attention given to wrapping
paper, slates, pencils, at 1'yntt & Co'.,
Twelfth and Washington avenue.
HoTKI. PliOI'KKTY Full S.VI.K Oil RkXT.
The well-known Alto House, at Alto Pass,
Ills., a bargain and upon easy terms. Reg
ular Dining Place for trains on the C. and St.
L. R. It. Delightfully situated and possess
inir all the requisites of a popular Summer
Itestort. It is at once a pleasant home und
11 remunerative, business; title perfect. Ad
dress the Ai.T'i HorsK. Alto Pass, 111.
Larokst and finest line of papeteries in
the city, nt Pyatt & Co's.. Twelfth and
Blank Mrsic Pai-kh: Small Framed
Mottoes, at Pyatt & C'o.'s. Twelfth nnd
Livkisy Salk Staiu.ks. Pat FitZi.vr
aid, at the corner of Fourteenth street and
Commercial avenue, othrs to the public the
test livery hlts in Southern Illinois, at the
Illost reasonable rates. Orders lliav be sent
as above, with assurance that they will
be promptly filled,
Russia and sea Ukiu pockvt !xks, al
bums, etc.. at Pyatt & Co.'. Twelfth and
TllK Ladies of the German Catholic ('on
greuation of Cairo will irive a May Festival
at School's Garden on Tuesday, May fur
the benefit of their huieli and school. Ice
cream, lemonade, strawberries, etc., in fact
evorythinir in the refreshment line, wiil be
in abundance, for the ladies will spare 110
time to have everything in yood style, so
everyone that comes wiil have a pleasant
time. A No. 1 string band will play all after
noon and evoiiinr.
Mn. F. K'UisMKYKit is just iii receipt of
a very lnreje and select stock of Key Wet
aiiJ imported cigars, to which he calls the
special attention nf smokers.
HahwooI) & Sin's Profes-sional dead j
ball. also, the bounding nck. at Pyatt A; ;
Co.'s. (ornerTwe-ftii stn-et and Washington '
A NKW Gc'iu:i:i sclliH'l will in- opened on J
the first of June. I?, nt the old Gorman j
school-house, 011 Fourteenth stn-ct. Parents ,
w ishiny to send their children there can not
have a bett.-r opportunity. Also an evening
school will be opened. Ladies and gentle, j
men w ishing to learn the German or French '
languages, will do well to take advantage
of this opportunity. Tonus moderate, no 1
cording to the times. For particular ud J
dress l,K-k box "'lit. P. M. FlIIKIIKIUl u.
Cairo. III. j
Sami-i.k Imixos for merchants, at Pynt: ii
Co'.. Twelfth and Washington avenue.
Persons having cisterns damaged by the
late storm an have the same repaired tt
new mies built promptly and ut price to
suit the tunes by calling on or by addresiug
the imdi-rsigncd through P. O.
J. S. Hawkins.
U.TT1 K rol.KM A.ysi LA C.M'KY.
Mr. Lottie Coleman has reopened her
laundry on Fourth street, between Wash
ington and Commercial avenues, and takes
this method of informing her old friends
tifid iMitrotw that shtj is ugain at f'neir ser
vices, mid solicits t.jr putroimj,,,, s;1(.
has reduced price- to suit the timr.
A lilhMAUKAl'.I.K ItESl I.T.-It makes no
difference how many physicians or how
much nifdicine ym, have tried, it is now an
established fact that German Syrup is the
only remedy which has given complete sat
isfaction in severe eases of lung diseases.
It is true there are yet thousands of persons
who are prcdisp.,e,l to throat mid lung uf.
fee tions, consumption, heniorrliagos.asthmii,
hcvero colds settled 011 the brcti.st, pue'
liionlii, whooping cough, etc., who hnv.. no
lM-rsonal knowledge of IWhee's German
Xyrup. To sueh we would say that 50,(K0
tlozen were sold last year without mv ,',)I1V.
Iihiint. Consumptives, try just one bottle.
Regular size, 75 cent. S.ld by all drug
gists in Atuerh a.
A STRANGER'S FIRST THOUGHTS OF
THE DELTA CITY.
II Y MA HA MB IIIAIII.TON KUIIUI.M.
Nestling in the broad arms of the mighty
rivers lies the pleasant city of Cairo. Into
the sunny south, where the days are 11
lengthened calm of sunlight, where the
fairest of skies smiles upon us as 11 reflec
tion of God's own face, have we drifted.
Joyous birds, from tho depths of their hap-
py hearts carol us the blithest song of wel
come. May, robed in summer tints nnd
crowned as 11 very queen with n coronet
of garlands, bends down to 19
in regal beauty and fragrance. And
so overflow ing is her heart that it blosson g
fresh in roses of crimson and gold and pink
and white, flinging the rarest perfume out
upon the air in lavish extravagance.
Enterpiise and industry too have combin
ed with nature, and midst the waters und
the sunlight and the flowers rise handsome
residences, elegant houses and cozy cottages,
proving by their beautiful though silent
surroundings how dear is tho home lit- to
the hearts of the people. Nor are public
interests forgotten, as the massive post of
fice, court house and hospital, the churches,
Ihc public schools and the rows of solid
business blocks indicate.
A stranger might notice mid take pride
in all these, but as one of you, and because
our reception in Cairo was so waint and
cordial, u deeper fooling of sim-crest friend
ship stirs our hearts, ami guides my pen in
tracing these words. Through the kind in
vitation of a newly made friend, mi the
evening of our arrival, we attended the re
ception of Mrs. B iy:it 'ii It;t:!crt. Our de
light can scarcely bo expressed. For over
two hours we listened, in rapt attention, to
the words' of thought and study and clo
iUence, as tlit y fell from Mrs. Harbert's
lips, and when the let tim r. di spending from
the rostrum, became the social lady in our
midst, our delight knew no ltounds. In
her cordial way she bowed and clasped my
hand and spoke her kindly words of wel
come; then my s,,nl want out in friendship
to the woman's heart, which beat so warm
ly for the stranger.
She is u.' charming in immni r as she i
brilliant in intellect.
Introduction followed i:itrudiu,tion in
rapid sueowion and th - murmured words
of gladness linger as a beautiful iiiunory
ujxin my brain.
The aiispici j could not ! h ippior, and
let me render a grateful tribute to the Wo
mans' Club, of which Cairo has indeed
reason to be proud. Women wlc bring
their genius, their labor, their education,
their talents and offer theln to the pul'lic
in an elegant, substantial .-uid beau
tiful library. which shall elevate
ami refine and ennoble all within
the circle of its influence Our country
needs hundreds of just sc.ch wojneii.
Tender and generou.howevcr.its the feeling
has been to Us. nnd inexpressibly as we ap
preciate it. at times the -ilciu e in my home
becoming oppressive, broken only by the
notes and eohoc.l, refrain of the s,,ng I -ing.
waves of loneliness swe- p ov,-r nn- and my
thoughts fly to the piea-ant Northern t ity
which sheltered lite in tciideiest friendship,
leaving golden memories in my heart; to
the radiant home-life where the love of
dear ones crowned lue with a halo, and with
a swelling heart my song sobs itself out in
the word, mother. Ca ro'sceuis it strange il' s
olate city and I, a lost child w ho. ntni'iig the
hundreds of human faces, vainly search for
the tell' h-rcst one in all the world my
mother's. Oh! the mili"i nn- very h-n and
dreary which stretch between Cairo and
Omaha, but when I go forth r find heart,
as Warm, greetings as sincere and hand
c!iispings us feivent as th'-loneliest could
So to-dny because of the hospitality
which bus greeted lis 011 every side with a
heart full of good will, I write mv thM im
pressions of tie- beautitul city of the South
which has opened her miiiis to two more
children and widened Uc-r boundaries for
another home. As children, while claim
ing her love, we shall work for her inter
ests and because it is our dwelling place,
our home, the tiu-morics in other years
h;ill be full of beauty mid toiidoriiosh and
the timiigliti. only those .f grateful love.
Qi'Kuvr Why will men moke com
mon tobacco when they can buy Marburg
Bros. "S1-1I nf North Carolina'" nt the same
NVw Ail vert ist'inciits.
N mil IlItHAI) STKEKT.
AUfUrsTA. - - - - . OA.
lt' M-i-tf;ii!j siolli-lt I'linsimimeiilH of
PROVISION'S, PRODUCE, GRAIN AND
M E RC II A N D I S K G K N K 1 1 A L L Y ,
rPO wtileh they will give nin-ful nnd prmnnt m
I ti-iilleti. Th'-y an- t r -1 - it -! In imiki- lllieml
uml use lUi'lr hi't efl'nrts fur tli" Inleri-sls (if
tleiHi' lnviriiiK tin m trltli i-iiiiHluiiiiii-nts.
It'-fer. hy iii-rinUslnii. to Natiiinat. IIak. nf -U'luiii,
Natiunau U.e;i.v, Ha. Mi, uf Aililitlu, li t,
THE J ALACK HoTKL OF CHICAGO.
W. i pap
rmcES im:iiucei) to $ per day.
A'"i- I'iiini I'leer. exieiiiin.' Kiniil Uihiimi iiml l!..)in- i
ROOMS WITHOUT BOAl, Si TO H.'J 1'KK DAY.
AN ELEGANT RESTAURANT CONNECTED WITH THIS HOUSE.
1. 1:01 Kits AMi riMMlss., MKi;i IIVYK
WHOLKSALK CJ ROCKI.'S
" (dl ! f.EYKK.
AfiKNTs! AMEIilt AN l ow IiEIM'OMP'Y
V. STinm.N.t 1!-' T. Itmi.. Mi r!.
JALLIDA,i K 1 II MJ,
( oinmission Jlcivliitnts.
(iRAI.V. FI.oi l: AMi HAY.
Highest Cith Price Paid for Wheat.
JINKLK. TIIISTLKW( M)I
cv- Moo UK.
i' V'! :;!i.T'-.i'
F.'irilK'ls' Tol:icco Wiirchoiise
(ionoi iil CoiiitiMs.ioii Merchant'.
Nl" !,',:,u:','T ; Cairo, h.r.s.
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4 1. 1 T'lt'-n-i . Kl'.'if t!il i.rilii.
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lialile tn I lie iel;illv nl the :i. Hill lil H-r"i:i Mn
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Tin ' u'ihhI mIiI hy all jnlilii t" !it iii.iiiiiiiii t i r i '
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Fori'iiiautl DonicstiC' Liquors
Wiiit-H of till Kind.--.
NO. I!0 OHIO LEVEE.
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til ntni-k of the hi t "iiils In the murk'-l ilnl ulw
rr iul at . ut lull Iii the wlmk-siilii liMiult nl Hie
1'AIM'H, OILS, WALL KAI'KU. KTl'.
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Wlnilow (ila.n, Window SImiIcm, Kfc.
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BrW Bull Jinx, Com-1 Cuilo III
lueretel As., I 111110,111.
MtY (.oiilis. KTC.
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' Tie-I;ii-ost wholesiih-nnd i-etiiil Dry
I Goods ami t h.thing Hoiwo in this City;
j life h-eemiig now (hhhN daily uml me
offoi ing great haruaiiis in the most hand-
some lines of CARPETS, OM, ('I.OTJIS
and MATTIMix- sllU c
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1 t les of Iln-ss ImhnK. Pans !'.. in
I fact in t-M-n dopaitnieiit of tlieir luisi-
I tlie.v cordially iiniic the ptildie
j to call ami see their stock.
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SAl.t'"s AM' Utsl Al HANTS.
Saloon and 1.5i'tniirant
Tins t.i.; T
WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGARS
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FRUITS, I.KMO.N's, ORANGES, APPLES.
AT Mel KrAt.r. A Ml IIKTAIt..
At llli' t'l'l pi lllliillli'ii H,,I, . C,!! (Ililn
liooT AMi slloK MAKKK.
IMMIT AND S1I0K MAKKIi
A f 1IENEUM I5UILDING.
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The Cairo Ilox ami llakct Co.
lU'ILDIM. M AT Kill A L
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I-'loorinir, Sidinir. Lath, Kfc
At t - - V'TV ll'He.t rut'-.
Ilaviny it lleiny Slock of Losoti Hainl,
We ire JT- I.-i P-1 I"
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDERS
lltl 111'' flinrtetli Dike.
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M A X 1' F ACT l'KIN(i .1 F. W F.L Eli.
Ami lleiller" 111
Watclics, riiwks, Fine .k'wclry
rof, F.iifhth St. anil Wushimrloii Aye.
Watchmaker iV Jeweler
NO. 10 EIGHTH STREET.
Hi tvvi'ell Cimimerelul 'mil i i 1,
nnliliintmi iim'ii , i
KINK WATClhVORK A SPECIALTY,
If All kinds of Solid .teNwIry nmdi- to order.